Note: this post is from 2008, outbound links may be broken.
Homegrown Sounds updates Astralis Orgone to v1.0.2
Homegrown Sounds has released version 1.0.2 of Astralis Orgone, a dual sample based synthesizer VST instrument for Windows PC.
Changes in Astralis Orgone v1.0.2
- Record to WAV added – Wavs will be recorded to a folder called Synth Recordings located in your HGSounds folder (chosen when installing the samples)
- Choice of 16/24/32/32bit float bit depths.
- Open Samples Folder Button.
- Open Last Recorded Sample in System WAV player.
- WAVS are auto-named by Synth Name, and then System Timestamp.
- Fixed a bug where Pitch Bend setting would not update on already playing notes.
- Fixed a bug where Microtuner Patch and Info would not load correctly in some situations.
- Enabled an ON/OFF for the polyphony control as this replaces the note stealing rules.
- Polyphony Mode automatically disabled in Mono Mode for the above reason.
- Fixed a small bug where occasionally an incorrect Bank was displayed.
- Samples in different folders can now have the same name and should be located correctly when patches are recalled.
- Added a disable WAV Display Button to Info Section, as one user experienced crashes related to this module.
- Other Minor Fixes.
Astralis Orgone is available for £25 GBP. A free copy of Orgone Lite is available for download.
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